Personal Narrative: My Five Signature Themes

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My five signature themes were: Achiever- As an Achiever, “No matter how much you may feel you deserve a day of rest, if the day passes without some form of achievement, no matter how small, you will feel dissatisfied.” Sometimes people call me an overachiever, but that is how I feel is my normal. Harmony- I do not like when people argue because I feel there is a better way for everyone to get along. Once everyone is in harmony, life is much smoother. Input- I am a collector. I collect both physical objects and intangible objects such as information. Learner- I love to learn something new every day. According to the Strengthsquest, “You are energized by the steady and deliberate journey from ignorance to competence” (Gallup). Responsibility-…show more content…
I feel satisfied once I achieve something. It could keep me up all night, but once I have achieved that something I can sleep at ease. I feel everything is right with the world after all my work is done for the day, and this is something that goes on every day. (Gallup, 2017) Being a person who has empathy is a great trait to have when in the medical field. A patient would like a person to have empathy for them rather than sympathy in most cases. Having positivity is another great trait. Positivity can help encourage any person encountering a bad day. Lastly, being a developer is a trait that works well with positivity. I feel you will become a great Medical Assistant with all your traits! I feel as if those with empathetic traits were meant to be in the medical field. Empathy makes a medical assistant more compassionate and able to relate well to any patient. Being a developer makes all people feel motivated. Seeing potential in others keeps people away from negativity. Lastly, I did not have Discipline as one of my trait, but I also feel as if everything needs to be in order. When something is not in order; it is your job to make it organized, so then everything is in a working
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